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" starts now with carol costello. >>> who won, who lost and who twisted the truth? >> this has been probably the biggest whopper that's been told during the course of this campaign. >> our fact checkers are hard at work this morning after. >>> monster investigation. fda looking into whether the energy drink is responsible for the deaths of five people. >>> apple's next big thing could be something small. the computer giant tries to increase its stranglehold on the tablet market. >>> and three hits in one at-bat. hunter pe eer pence and the giae magic. their next trick? make the detroit tigers disappear. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for joining s us. i'm carol costello. hours after millions of americans watched the final presidential debate, the obama campaign wants to reach millions more. just in to cnn, president obama is rolling out a brand new advertising campaign over the airwaves, internet and in glossy pamphlets. why? cnn chief white house correspondent jessica yellin joins us from the president's first stop today, del ray beach, florida.
, infinite possibilities. sentencing gets under way, let's get right to carol costello, who is following the sentencing. >> thank you, soledad. the convicted child rapist says he's the real victim. >> they can take away my life. they can make me out as aa monster. they can treat me as a monster, but they can't take away my heart. in my heart, i know i did not do these alleged, disgusting acts. >> that's not the most shocking claim in this stunning jailhouse recording. >>> skydive of historic proportions. one man hopes to break the sound barrier in a jump from the edge the space. >>> a new poll shows mitt romney out in front. the president's poor debate performance apparently giving the challenger a boost. but for how long? >>> companies are now using the election to sell their products. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. one of the most reviled men in the country faces sentencing. the hearing is scheduled to start right now for convicted child rapist jerry sandusky, former football coach at penn state faces life in prison
that they are flawsome. she's having a flawsome ball this week. also a talk with carole simpson, the first african-american presidential debate moderator. other guests, congressman steve israel from new york. debate is in his district. jen psaki with the obama campaign is going to join us and pop star mica. >> october 16th, a tuesday, "starting point" begins right now. >> morning, welcome, everybody. "starting point" this morning is the rematch. in just about 14 hours president obama, mitt romney, will square off in the second presidential debate. it's going to take place here. the debate hall on the campus of long island's hofstra university. going to be a town hall-style event, moderated by our very own candy crowley. candidates taking direct questions from a group of uncommitted voters. cnn's dan lothian is live for us at hofstra this morning. dan, good morning. >> good morning. and you talked about those uncommitted voters. about 80 of them will be in the audience, and from that group they'll be the ones asking the questions based on the coin toss governor mitt romney will get the first questi
in it our panel. we have carol roth, mike the pento, and our own rick santelli. rick, what are you seeing in terms of stocks, money moving out of equities and some moving into fixed income? >> many traders think this is going to be a rough and bumpy earnings season, a rough and bumpy guidance. they believe that the stock market has a bit of immortality thanks to the fed. in terms of interest rates, they believe if the actual data continues to improve in a real way, like some of the housing data points, some of the ism points, that we will indeed see an appropriate rise in rates. that threshold seems to be about 2%. so we're about 20 basis points away. they do see some optimism though. >> is that why you think the yields have gone up as much as they have in the last week for the treasuries? especially the ten-year. >> i think it's 50% year up and 50% the better data is reflected by higher equities. >> all right. keith, what about the -- you know, we seem to be feeling optimism here. we have the housing start number better than expected. housing has been a bright spot. the financials have h
. biden. i came here to hear dr. biden. i will turn it over to carol. >> i am glad. one reason i am supporting president obama is that i have the feeling he is grounded in the real world and as i said in researching dr. biden, i found out that she has children and we have a lot in common. got married in the 1970's, had children in the 1980's. we both have been educators. i started teaching in minneapolis in 1970 and taught mostly in the inner city. in 2004 i retired. she began as a high school english teacher and in her time she taught as a psychiatric hospital for adolescents which had to be a challenging assignment. later she moved on to teach at community colleges and still works as a professor at a community college. i found a blog entry from 2008. apparently she sat in on a conference call and one of the participants said i can't remember when i have interviewed a public figure who sounded so much like the people i work with every day, and of course that's probably because i am a teacher. some of that made me feel that she kind of knows what it's like to be in a classroom with
, look at this, tracy byrnes, remember her? she use today know me and carol roth. do we need to be making a big deal about this? look at this. >> i went to a number of women's groups and told me could you help us find folks, and brought binders full of women. ♪ more than a woman ♪ >> we took a concerted effort to go out and find women who had backgrounds that could be qualified to become members of our cabinet. i went to a number of women's groups and said can you help us find folks and they brought us binders full of women. stuart: that binders of women comment has become a big deal. we all know, surely, that he meant that he had stacks of resume's from qualified women. and joining us now, look at this, tracy burns and carol roth. tracy, are you mortally wounded and offended by, or i forgot the words, binders of women. >> and everyone's forgotten it now. stuart: and the left has not forgotten it. >> then the left needs to get a life. those of us who have a life don't have time to dwell on this nan sense. he respects women and he's married to one and almost had condoleezza rice on hi
. taxes, bain, because i think it is all relevant. carol in pennsylvania. you're on the "the stephanie miller show." hi carol. >> caller: hi, steph. >> stephanie: hi, go ahead. >> caller: i have some interesting information. my daughter who is the good eveningiest political -- the geekiest political geek in the world. that apple didn't fall far from the tree. she was bemoaning the fact that the president didn't do well in the debate. and my son-in-law who hadn't been home at the time said you know, what's going on? you know, who is saying what? and she said well, you know, he was too respectful. he was trying to be presidential. he said laughingly and al gore even said it was because it was in denver. and he looked at her and he said he's exactly right. he goes to denver three or four times a year on business trips. that's why they never schedule our business trips the day we come in. we always have to come in the day before. >> acclimate. >> stephanie: a lot of people have said that. romney was able
want to thank carol for her comments. i think you should come on the road with me. [laughter] thank you, governor, for being here. i really appreciated. i appreciate your friendship. most of all, i am here because i want to thank all of you for what you are doing for our campaign. i see that you all have to the boards and are all getting ready -- you are getting ready to go out and canvas. thank you so much for being here today, what you are doing for this campaign. over the last couple of weeks, i have been traveling around the country. yesterday i was in iowa. tomorrow i will be in wisconsin. i see the energy and the enthusiasm that is building, just like here, just like in this room today. we are moving forward. i think this campaign is really connecting to people because it is about people's lives. for me, it is no different. it connects to my life as well. even if joe or not running for vice president, i would still be involved in this campaign. as carol said, i am a full-time teacher. as she knows as a teacher, teaching is not just what i do, it is who i am. i am sure there are ot
for joining me this morning. i'm carol costello. cnn "newsroom" continues now with ashleigh banfield. >> thank you very much, carol costello. nice to see you. and nice to see you, everybody. hi there, 11:00 on the east coast, 8:00 on the west coast. let's start here, three weeks and counting. that's how long we have until election day. and each day has its own challenges. today's is a debate. the second presidential debate this season. these debates seem even more critical when you look at this map. here you go. these are where the states have people already voting. so in these 18 states, if you hear something you like tonight, he can just run on out and cast your ballot tomorrow. five more states are going to join this list between today and next debate, next week. one of those five states is nevada, and it is a swing state. nevada. so we're going to tap into that undecided vote later on this hour. we'll ask questions about what makes these voters tick. what are they waiting for? and whether a second or even a third debate, for that matter, is going to help them make their choice. i'll be tal
beginning to flood. our jason carol is in one of those neighborhoods. jason, tell us a little bit about the effort of the folks that are trying to pack up and get out. >> reporter: well, let's set thestein e scene for where we are right now. we are in lindenhurst, long island. this neighborhood is already experiencing some severe flooding here in this particular section. the reason for that is because you have the great south bay right behind me to the south there, and then you have canals crisscrossing through this area, so even though we haven't even seen the worst of sandy yet, you can see the waters are already thigh-high. this is the preeley family here. this is actually a street, not a canal. they got in their boat and decided final to get out. you were patient enough to wait for us. what made you finally make the decision it was time to go? >> the water was getting in the house. >> water was getting in the house? >> it's going to be worse later. >> i've been hearing from everyone here in the neighborhood that already what we're seeing here, the effects of sandy, are already worse
to carol. >> i am glad. one reason i am supporting president obama is that i have the feeling he is grounded in the real world and as i said in researching dr. biden, i found out that she has children and we have a lot in common. got married in the 1970's, had children in the 1980's. we both have been educators. i started teaching in minneapolis in 1970 and taught mostly in the inner city. in 2004 i retired. she began as a high school english teacher and in her time she taught as a psychiatric hospital for adolescents which had to be a challenging assignment. later she moved on to teach at community colleges and still works as a professor at a community college. i found a blog entry from 2008. apparently she sat in on a conference call and one of the participants said i can't remember when i have interviewed a public figure who sounded so much like the people i work with every day, and of course that's probably because i am a teacher. some of that made me feel that she kind of knows what it's like to be in a classroom with 25 to 30 kids and have to play it by ear. jill biden beli
you so much for joining us. i'm don lemon. carol is off today. high stakes and a high noon showdown on capitol hill as we look at live pictures of the capital. potentially heated hearing on the deadly attack of the u.s. consulate in libya. republic republican-led hearing is demanding to know how security failures led to the deaths of the u.s. ambassador there and three other americans. were warnings ignored for political reasons? did the white house have any motive in first denying it was terrorism? depending on which party you ask, today's hearing is either election year grandstanding or an effort to better protect american lives in the future. liste listen. >> is that it's because they wanted the appearance of normalization. that's what they wanted. that fit the obama narrative moving forward. >> you know it's one thing to make make allegations that are back bid facts. it's another thing to make allegations and then search for the facts. we've heard a lot of allegations flying around. just today in depositions we've heard things that are contradictory to some of the allegations th
carole which was not good, even alice shrug was not good because they were dressed up as art. the same thing can happen on the left. it happens more overtly on the right. what i will say, though, is that when good movies are made, that happen to have conservative themes, they generally do pretty well. look at "chronicles of narnia" "passion of the christ" "the blind side." what conservatives need to do is focus more on making good films if they happen to have conservative themes, most of america will like it because the country is center right and hate to break it to you religious. >> i mean andrew let's not overthink this. the first problem with this movie viola davis, great actress, maggie gyllenhaal, interesting actress they can't open a movie. a lot of great movies we've seen that have conservative themes that have been great and done well. go through and list "300," "top gun" "hurt locker" the military theme "dirty harry" "law and order" "saving private ryan." "pursuit of happiness" and the pro life films "juno" and "knocked up." you can make a conservative themed film -- >> it ha
child molester jerry sandusky learns his fate, faces his victims. jason carol is inside the courtroom for the financial sentencing hearing and he joins us next. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. if you have a history of heart or blood vessel problems, tell your doctor if
. "newsroom" begins right now. good morning, everyone. i'm don lemon, in for carol today. it is the under card of the title fight, just 12 hours before the bell rings at the vice preside vice presidential debate. sounds like a boxing match, right? paul ryan trying to keep that new republican momentum alive. joe biden faces a formidable foe, in himself, most americans perceive him unfavorably. ryan better in both areas, 44% favorable compared to 40% unfavorable. >> joe biden has been doing this a long time. he ran for president twice, sitting vice president. he has been on this big stage many times before. that's new for me. i'm just doing my homework, studying the issues. i know how he'll come and attack us. the problem he has is he has barack obama's record he has to run on. >> are you intimidated at all, ba based on the background you just skroibed? >> no, i'm not intimidated. i'm actually excited about it. >> what i've been doing mostly is, quite frankly, studying up on congressman ryan's positions on the issues. and -- and governor romney has embraced at least everything i can see. i don't
gotta tell you big difference in our family. carol -- my wife carol can trace her family back to the mayflower. no kidding. her mother did it. whole big family tree. my family, nothing but questions. i'm trying to unravel it and find out where we came from and when we got here and where people land and all of that kind of stuff because every other press i've met around the country all came from either eastern europe, russia maybe. i'm trying to establish that. and i finally found one way that really, really helps. it is called ancestry.com. introduced to me about a week ago. i went online. so far i'm back to like 1800 in salem, new jersey. i know they came here and they landed in philadelphia. now, i just gotta get them across the ocean. so it is exciting. i can tell you about that because you ought to try it. ancestry.com. in fact, you can get up to two three weeks free if you join me today and visit tryancestry.com. start the journey figuring out your family tree. you'll get two full weeks free to see w
-one minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. carol from pennsylvania. welcome. >> caller: hi. great guest. on "the view" yesterday, ann romney again stated that when her husband goes crazy, they have to bring him in to stabilize him; that he condition be consoled i truly believe this man has mental issues -- >> stephanie: what did she say exactly? i doubt she said it just like that -- >> caller: i'm paraphrasing, she said when my husband goes crazy, my sons bring me in and i have to stabilize him. >> stephanie: all right. we got to get a transcript. i doubt she said that but that would be hilarious. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: what she did say, jim, mitt will not run again if he looses. this is very hard. >> stop it. >> stephanie: it's hard stop it. >> ann romney: stop it. >> stephanie: also appearing was the romney's son josh. that one. he was asked about his brother's taggs joke after he said he wants to take a swing at the president, josh said as someone who has been slugged by tagg the president has nothing t
was talking with tucker about kind of a new passion of mine. carol can trace her family all the way back to the mayflour. they've -- to the mayflower. they've got the family tree. my family, nobody knows. my mission is to try to put my side of the family together. i was floundering around until i discovered ancestry.com. you can go to them and you put in your name and you tell them -- they've got ten billion documents online, marriage records, birth records death records, immigration records and i'm well on my way. i've got my family back to 1820 in salem new jersey. now i gotta get the link to eastern europe. i'm going to work it out. you can too. they'll give you two weeks free to try it out at tryancestry.com. i encourage you join me today. trace back your own family tree. visit tryancestry.com. you'll have two full weeks to see what you can uncover. visit tryancestry.com. that's t-r-y-ancestry.com. two full weeks and you'll have a lot of fun. 35 minutes after the hour. here's our roving ambassador, arnold down in atlan
moderator carole simpson. also congressman steve israel will be our guest. peter king is going to join us as well, jen psaki from the obama campaign will be joining us. also we'll tell you what secretary of state hillary clinton now says about the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. and about the cover-up accusations. we'll have a live report this morning from peru where secretary clinton is traveling. and tyra banks. she wants you to know your flaws are okay. zoraida and john, your flaws are okay. tyra has a mission to empower young women. she's been doing that for a long time. she's got a big event coming up. she's going to talk to us about it. she is so impressive in what she does with young women. i love her. >> all i heard was tyra banks. i don't know anything else you said. >> love, love, love. >> tyra banks. she's coming to join us this morning. >> thanks, soledad. >>> serious story now. more issues have been reported with drugs from a massachusetts compounding pharmacy linked to a deadly multistate outbreak of fungal meningitis. the food and drug administration now says two
and the benefit of helping others and being successful in giving back to the community. >> i'm carol field with i.t. services and we support quite a few nonprofits in town. for instance, ballet austin we provide three educational opportunities there for people to learn about the arts. >> i'm ted, and through my day job as a co-owner of a publishing company with jim, we communicate to school administrators best practices throughout at least texas and beyond. as a parent of an 11 year old especially in a 15 year old, to a degree, i can every day help each of them learn. i think that role is one that probably each of us can do to some degree. >> absolutely. >> i am dr. linda wilkinson, and i have worked both in the corporate world, real estate and education. and i think i can live in and out of those worlds all this time, and i think it is very important to teach not only people in education, but children, that they can grow up and basically they can do anything that they want to if they have those skills to take with them that they can maneuver their way between different fields and different areas
's be honest. if you look at carol bartz, scott thompson, they just haven't executed. so now you have a new leader that's kind of provided her vision. >> so give me the honeymoon time period. we're at 1620 on the stock. a year from how, if the stock hasn't moved or if the stock moves even slightly down, slightly up, how long does she really have to make this work? >> i think the question is that i think there's a h-- if the market put as one times multiple, the question is how much do you value ali baba or yahoo! japan. i think the market will give her a few quarters. maybe a year. and i think that gives her some time to kind of improve things at core yahoo!. >> anthony, thank you very much. >>> coming up, we'll go global. we're looking for opportunities at home and abroad. a few options from a top money manager when we return. two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. and
years in prison. that's essentially life behind bars. cnn's national correspondent jason carol is joining us from outside the courthouse. we heard from sandusky himself, some of the victims. what happened? >> reporter: lots of emotion inside the courtroom today, wolf, as some of sandusky's victims stood and got very emotional, teared up and talked about the abuse that they suffered at the hands of the former football coach. all the while while sandusky continues to say he is the only victim here. jerry sandusky arrived to his sentencing in a prison uniform, a uniform he'll likely wear for the rest of his life. inside he listened intently as three of his victims read emotional statements, victim five who was assaulted once in a locker room shower in 2001 cried as he told the court "the sentence will never erase what he did to me. it will never make me whole. he must pay for his crimes. take into account the tears, pain and private anguish." victim four who endured years of sexual abuse looked directly at sandusky and told the former football coach "i want you to know i do not fo
.s.c. and price school. so a special thank you to jen, regina nordall, carol rush, january peterson, heidi row sano and big thank you as well to the u.s.c. event team, public safety team and u.s.c. communications team. to all of you, thank you so much. we are both proud and excited -- thank you. [applause] we are both proud and excited for the leaders here gathered for today's important conversations and overwhelming outpouring of interest and attending from students and nonstudents including so many leaders from business, nonprofits and governments around the world. today is a beginning but it's also a continuation. having served as both senior adviser and secretary of education to governor schwarzenegger, running this institute is not just an opportunity to continue so many of the great initiatives that arnold in california were at the forefront of but an opportunity for so many committed public servants who worked on those initiatives to see their legacy continue. many of those people are here today, including the governor's chief of staff susan kennedy, many cabinet secretaries, press secr
and london. my name is carol dawson. i love being a moderator. every year at the texas book festival, and particularly love this task this year because i have had the privilege of reading two books that interlock so beautifully that it provided one hold 360-degree experience in reading them. before we begin, and i introduce our authors, i want to remind you all that all proceeds of book sales at the texas book festival goats the libraries of this great state. so, please avail yourself of the book tent and after a recession is over the book signing tents where you can get both of the signatures of these two wonderful gentleman on the front pieces of your books. now, our panel today, as you know, is about ladybird johnson, an oral history, and it involves a total of 18 years' worth of interviews with ladybird johnson . and indomitable will come lbj in the presidency, the interesting thing about these books is that ladybird memories and history leading up to the presidency, and where it leaves off mark up digress book about lbj begins, and it is a tapestry of voices commenting about lyn
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